|Radioisotopes in biology and agriculture, principles and practice - Comar, C. L. (Cyril Lewis), 1914-|
Keywords: Radioisotopes in biology; Radioisotopes in agriculture; Radioisotopes
|Radionuclides in plankton near the Marshall Islands, 1956 - Lowman, Frank G|
"UWFL-54 biology and medicine."
Keywords: Plankton; Radioisotopes
|The uptake, accumulation and exchange of radioisotopes by open sea phytoplankton. Final report, December 1963 - Corcoran, E. F|
"Final report 63-6."
Keywords: Phytoplankton; Radioisotopes
|Abstract of material for possible presentation to radiotracer conference at the University of Chicago, March 3 and 4, 1947 - U.S. Atomic Energy Commission|
Keywords: Radioactive tracers; Radioisotopes
|Radioactive isotope tracer techniques - Clinton National Laboratories|
Keywords: Radioisotopes; Radioactive tracers
|Removal of low-level radioisotopes from waste water by aerobic methods of treatment. - Lawrence, Charles Hillman, 1937-|
Keywords: Sewage; Water; Water; Radioisotopes
|Radiological applications program annual report for ... (Volume no.144:69) - California. Dept. of Water Resources|
Keywords: Radioactive tracers; Radioisotopes
|Assessment of human health risk of reported soil levels of metals and radionuclides in Port Hope|
Keywords: Soil pollution; Metals; Radioisotopes
|Gamma-rays of radionuclides in order of increasing energy - Slater, David Neville|
Bibliography: p. viii
Keywords: Gamma rays; Radioisotopes
|Radioisotope research in medicine: oral history transcript/ 1979 - Scott, Kenneth Gordon, 1909- ive|
Volume includes index
Keywords: Radioisotopes -- Research; Biophysicists
|Radiological applications program annual report for ... (Volume no.144:68) - California. Dept. of Water Resources|
Keywords: Radioactive tracers; Radioisotopes
|Isotopic tracers and nuclear radiations; with applications to biology and medicine - Siri, William E|
"Bibliography [by] Ellsworth C. Dougherty": p. 552-642. Includes "References."
Keywords: Tracers (Biology); Radiotherapy; Radioisotopes; Radiotherapy
|Evaluation of the effectiveness of polyelectrolyte coagulant aids for the removal of radioactive isotopes by water treatment processes - Hannah, Sidney Allison|
Keywords: Water--Purification; Radioisotopes--Safety measures
|L-converted isometric transition - U.S. Atomic Energy Commission|
Keywords: Irridium; Radioactive decay; Radioisotopes; Beta decay
|Tracing sand movement in the littoral zone: progress in the radioisotopic sand tracer (RIST) study, July 1968-February 1969 - Duane, David B|
Bibliography: p. 45-46
Keywords: Coast changes; Radioisotopes in geology; Sand
|Metabolism of fission products : progress report for month ending March 15, 1943 - Argonne National Laboratory|
Keywords: Fission products; Radioactive substances; Metabolism; Radioisotopes in the body; Radioisotopes--Metabolism
|Technical progress report on the metabolic studies of fission products - U.S. Atomic Energy Commission|
Keywords: Animal models in research; Fission products; Radioisotopes--Metabolism; Radioactive tracers
|Radioactivity of Cu6° - University of California|
Keywords: Copper--Analysis; Copper--Isotopes; Radioisotopes--Measurement; Radioactive substances; Cyclotrons
|Artificial radioactive isotopes of polonium, bismuth, and lead : chapter IV : a new reaction with high energy deuterons - University of California|
Keywords: Radioisotopes; Polonium--Isotopes; Lead--Isotopes; Bismuth--Isotopes; Radioactive substances
|RAPLOT, a computer program for data processing and graphical display for radioisotopic sand tracer study - Turner, Philip Ambrose, 1934-|
Bibliography: p. 28
Keywords: Oceanography; Computer programs; Radioisotopes in oceanography; Sediment transport
|Summary of iodine physiology and metabolic studies using radioactive isotopes of iodine - University of California|
Keywords: Iodine in the body; Iodine--Isotopes--Metabolism; Iodine--Metabolism; Iodine--Physiological effect; Iodine Radioisotopes
|Measurement of neutron activated short-lived nuclides using a pneumatic transfer system - Paas, Alfred O.;Sullivan, Robert D.|
Thesis Advisor(s): Rodeback, G. W
Keywords: Computer programming; Hafnium; Radioisotopes; Radioactive decay; Measuring instruments; Nuclear reactors Cores; Mixtures; Scintillation counters; Isotopes
|Manual of food quality control - Baratta, Edmond J|
Keywords: bub_upload; Radioisotopes; Radioactive contamination of food; Food; Food Contamination, Radioactive
|The Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory's thyroid function study : a radiological risk and ethical analysis - National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Evaluation of 1950s Air Force Human Health Testing in Alaska Using Radioactive Iodinep131s|
During the 1950s, with the Cold War looming, military planners sought to know more about how to keep fighting forces fit and capable in the harsh Alaskan environment. In 1956 and 1957, the U.S. Air Force's former Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory conducted a study of the role of the thyroid in human acclimatization to cold. To measure thyroid function under various conditions, the researchers administered a radioactive medical trace, Iodine131, to Alaska Natives and white military personnel; based o...
Keywords: bub_upload; Thyroid gland function tests; Iodine; Medical ethics; Thyroid Function Tests; Iodine Radioisotopes; Acclimatization; Ethics, Medical; Human Experimentation
|KSIG - Kansas State University isotope generation microcomputer program - Monger, Fred A.|
This volume was digitized and made accessible online due to deterioration of the original print copy.
Keywords: KSIG (Computer program); Nuclear fuels--Computer programs; Radioisotopes--Decay--Computer programs; Reactor fuel reprocessing--Computer programs; Microcomputers--Programming
|Predicted behaviour of the AGN 201 reactor at high power levels - Cooke, William B. H.|
Thesis Advisor(s): Handle, Harry E
Keywords: Nuclear reactors; Performance; Engineering; Mechanical engineering; Mathematical analysis; Radioisotopes; Heat Transmission; Nuclear energy; Equations; Temperature; Neutron flux; Nuclear reactions
|ERIC ED297953: Nuclear Power in Space. - ERIC|
Research has shown that nuclear radioisotope power generators can supply compact, reliable, and efficient sources of energy for a broad range of space missions. These missions range from televising views of planetary surfaces to communicating scientific data to Earth. This publication presents many applications of the advancing technology and commemorates three important milestones in space technology research: (1) the emplacement of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package on the Moon in No...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Aerospace Technology; College Science; Higher Education; Nuclear Energy; Nuclear Technology; Radioisotopes; Safety; Satellites (Aerospace); Science Education; Space Exploration; Space Sciences; Technological Advancement; Technology Transfer
|ERIC ED297954: Radioisotopes: Today's Applications. - ERIC|
Radioisotopes are useful because of their three unique characteristics: (1) radiation emission; (2) predictable radioactive lives; and (3) the same chemical properties as the nonradioactive atoms of that element. Researchers are able to "order" a radioisotope with the right radiation, half-life, and chemical property to perform a given task with the knowledge of these three characteristics. This publication includes information on the uses of radioisotopes in medicine for providing doctors with ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Atomic Structure; Cancer; College Science; Higher Education; Industry; Nuclear Energy; Nuclear Technology; Radiation; Radioisotopes; Radiology; Science Education; Scientific and Technical Information; Technological Advancement
|ERIC ED297952: Understanding Radiation. - ERIC|
Radiation is a natural energy force that has been a part of the environment since the Earth was formed. It takes various forms, none of which can be smelled, tasted, seen, heard, or felt. Nevertheless, scientists know what it is, where it comes from, how to measure and detect it, and how it affects people. Cosmic radiation from outer space and radioactive elements in rocks and soil contribute to the natural background radiation that has always been around us...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; College Science; Energy; Higher Education; Nuclear Energy; Nuclear Physics; Nuclear Power Plants; Nuclear Technology; Radiation; Radiation Effects; Radioisotopes; Radiology; Safety; Science Education
|ERIC ED211332: Guide for Science Laboratory Safety. - ERIC|
General and specific safety procedures and recommendations for secondary school science laboratories are provided in this guide. Areas of concern include: (1) chemicals (storage, disposal, toxicity, unstable and incompatible chemicals); (2) microorganisms; (3) plants; (4) animals; (5) electricity; (6) lasers; (7) rockets; (8) eye safety and protective eye devices; (9) equipment producing ionizing radiation; and (10) radioisotopes...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Accident Prevention; Biology; Chemistry; Electricity; Laboratory Animals; Laboratory Procedures; Laboratory Safety; Lasers; Microbiology; Radiation Biology; Radioisotopes; Science Education; Science Laboratories; Secondary Education; Secondary School Science; Storage
|An investigation of the feasibility of a method for measuring thermal neutron absorption cross sections using the AGN-201 reactor - Jenkins, George J;Richter, Herbert B.|
Thesis Advisor(s): Handle, Harry E
Keywords: Neutron cross sections; Thermal neutrons; Perturbation (Mathematics); Neutrons Capture; Fast neutrons; Gold; Radioisotopes; Measurement; Indium; Errors; Materials; Neutron flux; Mathematical analysis; Cadmium
|Department of Energy's Isotope Production and Distribution Program : hearing before the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, December 6, 1993 - United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Subcommittee|
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Isotope Production and Distribution Program (U.S.); Radioisotopes -- Government policy United States; Nuclear medicine -- Government policy United States; Nuclear engineering -- Government policy United States
|Distribution of cobalt 60, zinc 65, strontium 85, and cesium 137 in a freshwater pond - Brungs, William A|
Keywords: Radioecology; Radioisotopes--Analysis; Pond ecology; Cesium Isotopes; Cobalt Isotopes; Strontium Isotopes; Water Pollution, Radioactive; Zinc Isotopes; Zinc 65; Cobalt 60; Strontium 90; Surface waters; Aquatic organisms; Radionuclide migration; Radioecological concentration
|Real World: NASA Harnesses Half-Life - NASA eClips|
Learn about isotopes and radioactive decay. See how NASA uses the predictable decay of certain elements to power spacecraft in remote locations. Find out why a Radioisotope Power System, or RPS, provides dependable energy for the Mars Science Laboratory.
Keywords: NASA, NIA, eClips, Real World, Middle School, Video, Education, Mathematics, Technology, Science, Engineering, solar system, radioactive, medical technology, Madame Curie, nuclear, energy, matter, particles, atoms, protons, neutrons, electrons, isotopes, radioisotopes, radioactive decay, half-life, Pu-238, element, Voyager, alpha particles, fuel, RPS, radioisotope power system, space, MSL, Mars Science Laboratory, Curiosity, exploration, percents, ratios, tables, JPL
|Paul Giem on What Every Adventist Scientist Should Know: Carbon-14 Dating 3-8-2014|
Paul Giem on What Every Adventist Scientist Should Know: Carbon-14 Dating 3-8-2014We continue a series on What Every Adventist Scientist Should Know. This second week we review the data on carbon-14 dating of fossil carbon and the response of critics.1. Giem P, 1997. Carbon-14 Dating Models and Experimental Implications. Origins 24(2):50-64. Available at http://www.grisda.org/origins/24050.htm2. Giem P, 2001...
Keywords: Second; Look; Seminars; Faith; Science; Loma; Linda; University; Church; CA; California; Seventh-day; Adventist; SDA; Sabbath; School; Paul; Giem; What; Every; Adventist; Scientist; Should; Know; Carbon-14; Dating; 14C; C14; radiometric; atomic; decay; fossil; carbon; ratio; Creation; Research; Society; Quarterly; Andrew; Snelling; Paleo; RATE; Group; Radioisotopes; Age; Earth; Results; Young-Earth; Creationist; Research; Initiative; John; Doughty; Miller; American; Geophysical; Union; Asia; Oceana; Geosciences; Society; 2012; August; Singapore; Cretaceous-Jurassic; Dinosaur; Bones; Texas; Alaska; China; Europe; Baumgartner